Bloodstock 2018 – Band Feature/Interview: Fahran

Bloodstock Festival 2018 is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet with a line up that spans all genres of rock and metal. If you haven’t grabbed your tickets yet, now is the time. If you are still not sure about going, let us try and convince you by reading our 5 reasons why you should be going.

Playing on Friday, on the Sophie Lancaster stage, Fahran are really making a name for themselves in the hard rock and metal worlds. They are a hard working band who tour relentlessly and everything they have achieved so far has come from that hard work. The Nottingham, England based rockers have two successful albums out so far in their self titled debut and the follow up, Chasing Hours. They are no strangers to big festivals either having appeared at Bloodstock before as well as Download, Isle of Mann TT Races and Hard Rock Hell.

Fahran have also been out on tour in support of band’s like UFO, Heaven’s Basement, The Answer and the mighty Kamelot. These guys know how to play a festival so expect hard rocking and energetic music to get the adrenaline flowing on that Friday morning.

Fahran also have a new album due for release this year, hopefully in early September. That album is called Vapours so we may get a little preview of that at the Festival. They are planning to hit the road in support of Vapours in November and December so make sure you check out those dates here and get down to your local show.

Fahran were kind enough to put a video together to answer our questions. Check that out here –

Find out more about Fahran by checking out their website, Facebook and Twitter accounts. Chasing Hours, and a newer single called State of Mind, are available on streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify now so check them out. Keep an eye on social media for word on when Vapours will be available and we will see you in the tent.

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